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All about FFK in 2018
All about FFK in 2018
  • Curacao qualifies for Gold Cup 2019
    Antigua-Curacao 2-1

    Curacao qualifies for Gold Cup 2019

  • U-13 champion of Torneo Himno y Bandera Aruba
    Curacao participated in the annual Torneo Hymno & Bandera

    U-13 champion of Torneo Himno y Bandera Aruba

  • Football for girls in the neighborhoods
    Project reaching out to girls in the neigborhoods

    Football for girls in the neighborhoods

  • World Coaches event with Johan Neeskens
    Workshops and courses for youth and youth coaches

    World Coaches event with Johan Neeskens

  • Antigua-Curacao 2-1

    Curacao qualifies for Gold Cup 2019

  • Curacao participated in the annual Torneo Hymno & Bandera

    U-13 champion of Torneo Himno y Bandera Aruba

  • Project reaching out to girls in the neigborhoods

    Football for girls in the neighborhoods

  • Workshops and courses for youth and youth coaches

    World Coaches event with Johan Neeskens

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FIFA "Live your Goals" project

Live your Goals Curacao

FFK proudly participates in the FIFA "Live your Goals" project.

FFK's ambition is to extensively promote women football for all age categories, at grassroots level and at schools and by providing an interesting yearround activiy program for both recreational and competititive participants of the sport. And of course our national selections will be the representatives for this case. Being selected for FIFA's Live Your Goals is a great way to promote our program and of course FIAFA help in material support and training courses is super welcome.

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About Curacao

Curaçao (Papiamentu: Kòrsou) is an island in the southern Caribbean Sea, off the Venezuelan coast. The Country of Curaçao which includes the main island plus the small, uninhabited island of Klein Curaçao ("Little Curaçao"), is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Its capital is Willemstad. Curacao has 150.000 inhabitants.

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About FFK

  • Founded in 1921

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  • Earliest years